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Blue Collar/White Collar, collecting the artwork of Sterling Hundley. Published by Adhouse Books.
Last edited by Sterling Hundley; December 9th, 2011 at 03:24 AM.
Love your stuff so much.
Last edited by kev ferrara; January 15th, 2011 at 12:43 PM.
At least Icarus tried!
My Process: Dead Rider Graphic Novel (Dark Horse Comics) plus oil paintings, pencils and other goodies:
My "Smilechild" Music. Plus a medley of Commercial Music Cues and a Folksy Jingle!:
Thanks for flooring me with the wonderful artwork sir. It will such a sad feeling to be not able to see your works in person. Please keep painting forever and inspire us.
Thanks for posting these. Some of the best work I have seen on this forum.
wow! like it so much
Thank you!! You have given me much to think about, especially about freedom in thinking and execution. You have opened my eyes to a whole new world.
Ray- The original is just black and white with color added digitally. I couldn't find the original scan, but the final drawing in the show has quite a bit more impact! Thanks for commenting.
TAD is gearing up for it's second semester, and I just returned from a week of the three week TAD workshop in Austin.
The workshops are designed to pull the global TAD community together for immersion and focus with core instructors and students. For those of you that I hadn't yet met- it was a pleasure. For those that I had met previously, it was great being able to meet up again! Best of luck over the next two weeks in Austin. I'll see you all in the classes in a couple of weeks.
Ron Lemen and I will be teaching Sketchbook 1 in Foundations, once again, and there are still seats available. We'd love to have you join us!
Here are some pictures and shots of one of the three demos that I did this week.
Sterling really showed his abilities last week in Austin!
I wanted to post his first demo earlier, but we had to wait until it came out on the news stands. His first demonstration for the students was a current assignment he was working on for Rolling Stone Magazine, a portrait of Gregg Allman. The piece is now published in the most recent issue of Rolling Stone.
Sterling and I gave the first week's assignment of:
Produce a portrait of one of the other students attending the workshop. I will post some of the finishes next week when I return to Austin.
Here is Sterlings demonstrations (portrait of Gregg Allman), a self-portrait I did for a demonstration for the students and some more photos of the workshop!
this is all so sick man! the third oe from the top of the guy with the apples in his helmet is completely fucking tight.
one question, in the one of the guy with the guitar are the red lines that bring out his hand and bits of the body of the guitar just painted straight on or did you add them digitally?
Beautiful work, and they convey such action and emotion. Also, you have a butler's name.
Blue Collar / White Collar
by Sterling Hundley.
Published by AdHouse Books
Blue Collar/White Collar collects the art of award-winning illustrator and painter Sterling Hundley. This retrospective monograph is embellished with process while showcasing Hundley's commercial work AND fine-art career. Hundley employs materials from traditional (printmaking, oils, acrylics) to digital, in creating his idea-driven solutions. The result? Work that lies between a blue collar ethic and white collar aesthetic.
160 4C pages
6 " x 9 " HC
$24.95 US funds
Shipping October 2011
Diamond Order Code: JUN11 0791